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  • City tour MarrakechMost of the group already had contact through WhatsApp so it was almost like meeting old friends at the airport and before landing in Marrakech [Marrakech-travel-guide-1082075 Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jul 11, 2018
  • Morocco #8Flying to Rabat Cost about $420 and took about 7h. the total distance was 4,046 km. I stayed at the Villa Mandarine 4-star hotel for 4 nights. the total added up to just under $900. On my first day I Posted by donaldduck11 in World Tour | Jun 4, 2018
  • africa we will be departing Egypt at 5:25am and arriving in Morocco Casablanca at 10 am. this is a 5 hour and 25-minute flight. The cost of this flight is $305 CAD. we will be staying at the Casablanca Le Lido Posted by shane621 in my dream trip around the world | Jun 4, 2018
  • marrakesh 7i arrived in marrakesh, morocco , my flight took 2 hours and 25 minutes, it cost me around $300. i checked in my hotel, which cost me around $160, it had beautiful middle eastern architecture. on my first day in morocco Posted by karam1 in Travel tourism | Jun 3, 2018
  • Chaotic Conclusion in Casa Departure Chaos: Getting to the Airport I thought I’d catch the train to the airport as I’m familiar with it, having taken it down from the airport into the city. I bought my ticket and waited on the platform along with Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Apr 5, 2007
  • Greetings from the White House Let me keep this short as I am struggling with the French keyboard. I had a redeye departure from Dubai this morning and arrived in Casablanca (Addar Albeydha, meaning the White House) this afternoon. I have a room in the Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 22, 2007
  • In and around the White HouseThe minaret of the King Hassan II mosque is the tallest world. I'm responsible for the lean. King Hassan II Mosque This morning I went to King Hassan II mosque. Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 23, 2007
  • Freezing in FezIn the alleys ... butcher with camel's head. Fes is one of Morocco's Imperial cities, and was founded in 789 AD ... growing to be the largest city in the world (it is believed) a Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 24, 2007
  • Another Imperial City From Fes, I made a day trip to another Imperial City called Meknes [Meknes-travel-guide-1082154]. I didn't take too much interest in Meknes (more of the same) but spent some time at the Roman ruins in Voulibilis and at the little Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 25, 2007
  • Sahara at my doorstep I arrived at Merzouga [Merzouga-travel-guide-1082213] and stayed at a little kasbah on the edge of the mighty Sahara. It was a night bus on which I got no sleep ... but the reward was seeing the sun rise over the Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 27, 2007
  • Freezing in Todra Gorge What is new? I am frigid ... at Todra Gorge [Todra-Gorge-travel-guide-1319716] it is very cold except in the sun (when it is scorching). Even colder at night. Will write more when I have a keyboard that does not stick. [img=https://photos.travellerspo Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 28, 2007
  • Limping Olympiads in Hollywood Ourzazat is the Hollywood of Morocco. Parts of Gladiator and Jesus of Nazareth was filmed here ... and many other movies. But I am here for the kasbahs in the area. Morocco is pretty open-minded ... some Muslim countries would be Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Mar 30, 2007
  • Medieval carnivalSnowy scenes on the way to Marrakech. Amazing Marrakech [Marrakech-travel-guide-1082075] Arrived in Marrakech to find my pre-booked hostel full. Big inconvenience but I managed Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Apr 1, 2007
  • The Windy CitySquare of the old town, near Orson's place. Orson Welles' Place I have caught the Essaouira on a good day (for me) ... bad for the windsurfers ... it isn't too windy. It feels m Posted by alexchan in 2007 Yemen, Morocco & Bangkok | Apr 4, 2007
  • MarrakeshMarrakech, Morocco Is a major city of the Kingdom of Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca [Casablanca-travel-guide-1076970], Fez and Tangier. The actual city was founded in 1062 by Abu Bakr ibn Umar. The red walls of Posted by ilovenewjersey in Adventures by ilovenewjersey | Oct 16, 2017
  • Casablanca, Rabat, and FezFez, Morocco Taners' quarter, where barefoot workers tread sheep, cows skins in dyeing pits mixed with cows urine and pigeons excrements to soften leatherToday, we've decided t Posted by ilovenewjersey in Adventures by ilovenewjersey | Oct 19, 2017
  • Morocco[i]I have to say the airplane, a beechcraft, wasn't comfortable at all, but finally we arrived at Casablanca airport. From the airport, I travelled to Marrakesh by train, where I stayed for a few days to explore the city and nearby Posted by avieira67 in Morocco | May 13, 2018
  • Dakhla, Morocco[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_DSC0 Posted by UliS in West Africa 2011 | May 5, 2018
  • Rabat, Morocco[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_DSC0 Posted by UliS in West Africa 2011 | May 5, 2018
  • IGoMorocco.com Sahara Desert tour part 2 [center]The adventure continues! [/center] Don’t forget to catch up on Sahara Desert tour part 1 before you dive into this one. [center]Day 2 – Off to the desert we go! [ Posted by Forever_Roaming in Forever roaming the world | Apr 16, 2018
  • Casablanca, Morocco We woke up to an alarm this morning at 6:20am. Our meeting time for the tour was set for 7:45 and we wanted enough time to get Sloane breakfast before heading out. We hustled around, made it to breakfast and Posted by cornelljjs in Spain 2018 | Mar 29, 2018
  • Marrakesh to Tangier Just a couple of things to mention : Forgot to say that they gave us pieces of mint to hold over our noses to assist with the strong tannery smell. Taxi licences are issued by the governmen Posted by Jenni Grimley in Spain, Portugal and Morocco | Mar 26, 2018
  • Fez to Marrakesh Day 7 Today we travelled to Marrakesh stated to be Winston Churchill’s favourite holiday spot. In the evening we went into the square which is the meeting place for everyone every night. It was the hive of activity with fortune tellers, Posted by Jenni Grimley in Spain, Portugal and Morocco | Mar 24, 2018
  • Costa deal Sol to Fez (Morocco)Day 5 Today we travelled along the Mediterranean coast and crossed by ferry to North Africa landing in Tangier. We got a great photo of the three countries together Spain, Gilbraltar and Africa.The ferry was very nice and was actually Posted by Jenni Grimley in Spain, Portugal and Morocco | Mar 24, 2018
  • Stuff of Legends So, it maybe time to go “upstream” and reach for the source of the powerful wind. After another unfortunate overnight flight via Guinea-Bissau and the sleepy train ride from Casablanca, Posted by assenczo in Gentle introduction to West Africa | Mar 17, 2018
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